There you go Real:
You've never seen 30 REDS or BLACK in a row, you've seen 26. And that was one time only in 2007. Hopefully you were there present and witnessed first hand all reds going up to 26, rather than just walking by the table, seeing say 16 and then you waited and saw another 10. Because score boards are notorious to miss some numbers. But anyway I accept your observation, because I was told by a retired long time dealer, that once in his lifetime he spun 25 blacks. ONE TIME IN HIS SPINNING LIFETIME. Same dealer told me that 1 dozen went missing for 35 consecutive spins. ONE TIME ONLY. In 25 rears. In my observations thru the years I have seen about 20 EC's in a row. Many times when I saw a lot of them spinning up , I was told by players in that table that the score board missed to record a number and the picture that I saw wasn't true. And believe me I observe and record #'s like a hawk (see pic.).
To answer your question about the series you presented me, it's equally likely to see any of the 3 scenarios you presented.
Y? Because you specified in ADVANCE what the series will look like. It's like saying that when I stand in a street corner, I will see 3 chevys, then 2 fords, then 4 Toyotas, then 3 lincolns, then 4 mazdas driving by . This is as rare to happen as if I specified in advance that I' m expecting to see all first 16 cars to be FORDS.
There is a difference between specifying in advance what you expect to see, and what you see as result after in happened.
ALL I'M SAYING IS that if roulette numbers were totally random, then you should be able to see 26 REDS in a row, a lot more frequently than only one time in 2007. Like 5 or more times a day. Or 2 SAME DOZENS spinning up 50 times in a row. WHAT IS IT THAT prevents us from seeing that? OR seeing the other 2 series you presented in the exact order you specified. More specifically y when you see a ratio of 70%-28% RED to BLACK (if you are lucky to see it) for 50 spins, almost always the BLACKS from that point on, will appear a lot more frequently than their rightful 50% chance? Because in the short run statistics are being ignored in roulette as if she had a mind of her own.
There is a point however, after which things start falling into place. Statistically. Only long time observation and numbers recording and processing can pinpoint what that point is. Beyond which, the roulette can no longer continue its madness.